Presentation on theme: "Tan Kuay Salak. Taling Chan Sub District. Bandanlanhoi District. Sukhothai,Thailand."— Presentation transcript:
Tan Kuay Salak. Taling Chan Sub District. Bandanlanhoi District. Sukhothai,Thailand.
Title : Tan Kuay Salak. Author : suba_6Suphaphon (Suphaphon Seewichairumpan) Advisors:Ms.Janson Konna, Mr.Kittipong Thaiwat, Mr.Akkachai Suriye, Mrs.Chisa Rakwanna, Ms.Jeerapha Tancharoen and Ms.Watchara Yaem-maak.
Statement of problem: Sub District Customs and Tradition.( Tan Kuay Salak.) Tan Kuay Salak festival is one of the important traditions of Lampang people (most of people in Taling Chan and from Lampang). The purpose of this tradition is to donate daily utensils in baskets for ancestors. But now generation my community (Taling Chan sub district) don’t know how important of this tradition is, and don’t know how to decorate Kuay Salak, too. So, I do this project to conserv and convince new generation of my community (Taling Chan sub district) to know the value of this tradition and conserve it for further generations.
Objectives: Sub District Customs and Tradition. ( Tan Kuay Salak.) 1.To study about community and community culture of Sukhothai and Bandanlanhoi in topic of Tan Kuay Salak, enables me to develop an understanding of my place within my community and conserve it. 2.To compare my experience with my friends and learner aboard, specifically in my own community, country. 3.To use English in order to exchange information and communicate effectively.
Process: Sub District Customs and Tradition.( Tan Kuay Salak.) Stage1 Study and research the tourist spots of to create the presentation (Power Point presentation, E-book or Flash) and post in School Projects/Better Community Better Life Stage2 Community culture investigation & survey in topic of Tan Kuay Salak. Stage3 Community cultural branding presentation (Sub District Customs) in topic of Tan Kuay Salak.
Stage4 Post the cultural branding presentation in School Projects/Better Community Better Life to compare the experience with learner aboard Stage5 Better Community and Better Life presentation and exhibition (at school or community).
Geographical Features of Taling Chan Sub district
Taling Chan Sub district Taling Chan Sub district is at the southern- most part of northern Thailand, It is about 498 kilometers from Bankok by bus. Taling Chan Sub district is considered to northwest – central Bandanlanhoi in the western part of Sukhothai Province, northern Thailand, based on the physical features. The area cover 334 square kilometers.
Taling Chan Sub district is considered to northwest – central Bandanlanhoi in the western part of Sukhothai Province, northern Thailand North : Weang Mok District of Lampang Province, Klang Dong sub District of Thung Saliam District. South : Weangluk Sub District, Bandanlanhoi District. East : Weang Nam Khaw Sub District, Bandanlanhoi District. West : Mueang Tak District of Tak Province
There are 10 villages Moo 1 Ban Taling Chan The population 1,065 Moo 2 Ban Wang Had The population 802 Moo 3 Ban Wang Hin The population 863 Moo 4 Ban Lan Kra Bue The population 967 Moo 5 Ban Wang Tok The population 1,114 Moo 6 Ban Hnong Tao Poon The population 1,821 Moo 7 Ban Hnong Bua Dam The population 476 Moo 8 Ban Taling Chan South The population 763 Moo 9 Ban Lan Kra Bue South The population 979 Moo 10 Ban Wang Chai yoi The population 585
Tan Kuay Salak Tan Kuai Salak is Lanna tradition to present offerings to a Buddhist monk. It’s normally on September to November in every year. Each village will set the date for people and the temple in order to parade to Wat or temple. Then a bamboo baskets are made with the banana leafs putting on the bottom of basket.
During the festival, each family or group weaves a beautiful basket, (Kuay), and fills it with food, flowers, gifts, robes and money. The baskets are traditionally woven in two sizes; the small basket is given to offer merit to dead family members, and the larger basket brings the good things of life to the donor.
Once at the Wat, the baskets are numbered and the monks draw decorated wooden sticks for the Kuay which matches their number. The word ‘Salak’ means ‘draw ticket’. Traditionally, the ceremonies begin at dawn, with villagers assembling in the temple awaiting the monks. Chanting and prayers follow, and rice is offered to the monks. The festivities continue all day.
The exhibition, aimed at preserving the tradition, includes demonstrations of weaving a bamboo Kuay and making paper flowers. The origin of and customs involved in the festival are explained both in Thai.